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Jerry Garcia Band 02/26/93
Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
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Source Summary JGB, set I: DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix, via amdig.  
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Jerry Garcia Band
Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA
February 26, 1993

DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix

Disc 1

01 [08:50] How Sweet It Is
02 [09:50] Stop That Train
03 [08:11] Let It Rock
04 [07:30] Lazy Bones
05 [06:00] Run For The Roses
06 [06:48] Waiting For A Miracle
07 [04:18] My Sisters And Brothers
08 [09:08] Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
TT [60:39]


Source Info

DSBD > DAT "This tape was either the master (unlikely)
or a copy of it." - RG
Source and Transfer by Rich Gastwirt ([email protected])
TASCAM DA-20 > M-Audio FireWire solo > Soundforge 8.0 wav
Edited and Mastered by James E. ([email protected])

Taper: Chuck
* Source Neumann mics (Vintage 1957, tube electronics) >
MAC > CDR> EAC (Secure mode) > SHN

* This does not appear that it is from a cassette source.
If so, then it was the most time accurate tape deck in
the entire world.  My guess is it was recorded onto DAT.

Thanks to the Lossless Legs Community (
for getting me these 2 spectacular sources.  Both of these
recordings are top notch.  The AUD source is perhaps one
of the best AUDs I've heard from the Warfield.  I am very
pleased with the results of this project.  The 2 recording
mixed very well.  Jerry's notes literally linger in the
air for what seems an eternity.  The 5.1 mix leaves you
standing front row at the bar rail.  Complete with Jerry's
guitar floating by as hoot's and cat calls add to the
experience.  Jerry's tone is very nice and the AUD did a
great job at capturing how things sounded that night in SF.


Tech Notes

FLAC/SHNs were decoded to wave. Wavmerge was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave.  CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch both of the sources.  SF8.0 used to adjust the volume
for the front, center, surround and LFE channels.  SF8.0 was
used for the hard limiting on the front and the EQ setting on
the center and LFE shannels. Surcode CD Pro DTS was used to
encode to DTS.      
- Mixed by [email protected]
- FLAC conversion done 15-AUG-2006  
- Artwork at 300dpi by [email protected]
- For best results print at the highest resolution onto glossy
photo paper.  Design for use in a clear single jewel case.


DTS-Audio-CD Info

Left Channel SBD
Right Channel SBD  

Mixed to Mono -6db D'EQ SBD

Left Channel AUD
Right Channel AUD

Mixed to Mono -5db D'EQ SBD



The SBD had somewhat low levels with the exception of the
spiking drums.  I preformed some hard limiting to try and
contain things a bit better.  +3db with a max amplitude of

The SBD had several pops and clicks.  Especially noticeable
during "My Sisters and Brothers" but they were located
throughout.  using zoom an pencil tool I was able to redraw
and remove 30 or 40 of these pops without disturbing the

The AUD source was a bit overwhelming in the 5.1 mix.  While
I usually leave the levels alone, this time I mixed the AUD
into the rear channels at -3db.   In my experience louder
rear channels is an undesirable effect.


More On DTS

Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel sound
like DTS, Dolby Digital and DVD-Audio.  While the Audio-CD
standard (Red Book) hasn't changed to accommodate these new
sound formats, it is still possible to go around the
specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a
regular Audio-CD.  To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect
your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial)
to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure that
your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio-CD, so the first
time you're trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you must do
a test to determine if it can. Begin with the volume very
low, start the disc and rise the volume gradually. NEVER
listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the analogue audio outputs
of your CD/DVD player.

Burning Instructions
Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any normal
Audio-CD from FLAC files.


Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

1. The SBD and the AUD sources listed above.
2. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. SBD+AUD Matrix Mix at 24/48 DVD-Audio
4. DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound
5. DVD-Audio 5.1 Surround Sound


FLAC fingerprint

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Taper: Chuck; Source... (0) JGB, set I: FLAC16/48: DSBD... (0) JGB, set I: FLAC16/44: DSBD... (0) JGB, set I: SBD + AUD... (1)
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